Thursday, May 17, 2018

The Procrastinator's Guide to Retirement: How to Retire in 10 Years or Less Paperback – Mar 7 2016 by David Trahair (Author)

So we took the milk cartons back and got $59.85. Younger boy was able to see the benefits of me picking up vodka bottles in the neighbourhood in a graphic way but wasn't able to keep my cash. It's mine. All mine.
In any case, the money will be useful if we go do something fun.
He's doing applications now. I figure we will do this until August and then maybe just enjoy August without looking for a job.
I don't know how well it will go looking for a contract but this is something for him to try.
Today I did nothing except read The Procrastinator's Guide to Retirement: How to Retire in 10 Years or Less Paperback – Mar 7 2016
by David Trahair (Author)
I was able to read this book without my head freezing. It's pretty clear that we are procrastinators and need all the help we can get. I mean we didn't even do much in terms of the RESP and that was free money being given by the government. But there you go. Gotta improve slowly.
The book is clear which is good when you are dealing with fading neurons. I got to understand stuff that I was oblivious to and then I have a sort of path to get stuff done like the documenting of all the passwords and bank accounts-stuff like that. Hubby depends on me for all the financial work so I have to train him before I die or else he will be completely helpless. Luckily older boy is capable of looking after money although he has bad habits of wasting money eating out rather than cooking but this will change when he gets married no doubt and he has to stretch his cash.
Right now he is single so life is good.
Younger boy doesn't have a clue about money so I will focus my mind on him and make him semi-competent before releasing him a like a moth into the glow light of the university where he will no doubt waste cash.
But I have to start now. It is already way too late. I recommend this book if you are clueless about money.
Like me.
The Procrastinator's Guide to Retirement: How to Retire in 10 Years or Less
AMAZON.CA

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